Survivors of 42 day drift at sea struggle to return home to Marshall Islands

A third man, who was in the boat when it left Marshall Islands on 2 April, reportedly jumped into the sea 17 days into the 42-day open ocean drift.

Earlier this week, the Micronesian government's patrol vessel transported the two men from isolated Namoluk Atoll to Weno for medical check ups.

The two, Godfrey Capelle and Benjamin Thomas, washed up at Namoluk on 14 May, 42 days after their 20-foot outboard engine boat washed out of Kwajalein Atoll to begin its westward drift.

Hawaii family stranded in Vanuatu amid coronavirus crisis

Unplugging and enjoying the remote, beautiful beaches of the South Pacific on the island nation of Vanuatu.

They made some amazing memories as a family, but now their trip is lasting a little too long, and they're starting to get worried.